Greg Kabat

Inducted in 1966

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College Team: University of Wisconsin
Greg Kabat was one of the early imports to play Canadian Football, arriving from the University of Wisconsin in 1933. During his first season he was a line coach in addition to playing in the backfield.

       Kabat was able to play several positions when necessary. He was a valuable member of the Grey Cup Winning Squad in 1935. That was the first year a Western team won the Dominion Championship. Kabat played the entire 1938 Grey Cup game with a broken toe.

       Throughout Greg Kabat’s career, he was also a successful high school football coach.


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College Team: University of Wisconsin



Playing Career
Winnipeg Blue Bombers
1933 - 1940
Vancouver Grizzlies
1941

Awards/Honours

—All-Western Flying Wing
1938

—All-Western Guard
1939

—All-Western Quarterback
1940

—Grey Cup Participation
1935, 1937 - 1939

—Grey Cup Winning Teams
1935, 1939


Class of 1966
—Johnny Ferraro
—Greg Kabat
—Sylvester P. "Silver" Quilty
—Hugh "Bummer" Stirling
—G. Sydney Halter
—Dave McCann